Tour Pulte Homes’ Two Furnished Models at Emory in Plantation

The new-construction townhomes start in the mid $500,000s.

Pulte Homes has recently announced an open invitation for the public to visit its latest residential community in the heart of Plantation. The national home builder has launched two furnished models at Emory, a new development that provides 86 townhomes located near the intersection of N. Pine Island Road and Cleary Boulevard. The prices for these homes start from the mid $500,000s.

“There are very few new homes being built in Plantation and considering the price point and central location of Emory, we expect it to be very well received by buyers,” Brent Baker says, PulteGroup’s Southeast Florida Division President. “Pre-sales have been very strong and now that model units are open, I anticipate that momentum to accelerate as we close out 2023.”

Pulte Homes has recently launched four new floor plans for its Emory community. These plans include Seacrest, Seacrest Grand, Grayton, and Grayton Grand. The Grayton floor plan is 1,657 square feet and consists of three bedrooms, two and a half bathrooms, and a two-car garage. It features a connected gourmet kitchen, café, and gathering room, making it ideal for those who love entertaining. The Seacrest floor plan is 1,816 square feet and has three bedrooms, two and a half bathrooms, and a one-car garage. The first floor of this plan has an open-concept gathering area, while all the bedrooms are located on the second floor. The Grayton Grand and Seacrest Grand plans allow buyers to extend the Grayton and Seacrest floor plans with a back porch.

Prospective homeowners of a new residential community called Emory will have access to various amenities such as a swimming pool, an outdoor recreation area with shaded pavilions, and a dog park. The community will also offer high-speed internet service as part of the homeowner’s association dues. Located near popular shopping and dining establishments, Emory is close to a large city park with tennis and pickleball courts, fitness trails, and a regional library. Emory is part of a 25-acre mixed-use development known as Midtown Square, formerly an American Express office campus. The development plans for over 24,000 square feet of retail and restaurant space and a residential component. 

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